Like most people, the first time we heard about "50 Cent: Bulletproof," we groaned.But Game Informer magazine recently got a chance to play the game, and we must admit, we were impressed.Add a comment
Bun B: Nah, people just kept coming. Part of it was Rap hustling and going out doing features for money. Part of it was people reaching out like "Bun I got this project come get on it, it would be a good look." And that's people like Lil’ Jon, and Ludacris and Chingy. The other part of it was like people saying "I know what you trying to do right now what can we do to help?" Add a comment
You could probably write a pretty decent sociology paper about the crowd at Hill Auditorium for Ludacris’s performance last night.
Old, graying ushers taking tickets from 20-year old guys in jerseys and hats. High school kids with parents in tow.
High school kids with parents in tow.
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New York State Supreme Court Justice Richard B. Lowe said that he had doubts regarding Textron Financial Corp.'s legal strategy. The Source reportedly owes Textron $18 million and lost $11 million in the past four years.
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Rap feuds aren't usually about differing opinions on President Bush. However, that appears to be the case with 50 Cent and Kanye West.
50 says he disagrees with West's remark that ''George Bush doesn't care about black people,'' proclaimed during a September telethon for Hurricane Katrina victims.Add a comment